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Greenback Cutthroat Makes NY Times Blog

10/01/12 at 06:44 AM by Vince Puzick

Rare Trout Survives in Just One Stream, DNA Reveals

 

The rare greenback cutthroat trout, Colorado’s state fish, is even more imperiled than scientists thought, a new study suggests. By analyzing DNA sampled from cutthroat trout specimens pickled in ethanol for 150 years, comparing it with the genes of today’s cutthroat populations, and cross-referencing more than 40,000 historic stocking records, researchers in Colorado and Australia have revealed that the fish survives not in five wild populations, but just one.

 

 

Read the entire blog here:  http://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/25/rare-trout-survives-in-just-one-stream-dna-reveals/

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